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Scientists at the European Centre for Nuclear Research (Cern), which operates the £5bn atom-smasher on the Franco-Swiss border, are expected to restart high-energy operations on Tuesday morning.
Their aim is to steer speeding atomic particles into head-on collisions in a bid to mimic the conditions seen moments after the Big Bang.
Physicists also hope it will ultimately allow them to find the elusive Higgs boson, the so-called "God particle" that theoretically gives mass to other subatomic particles, and thus everything in the universe.
Originally posted by Korg Trinity
They won't find anything.
And not finding anything will be as big a story as finding the Higgs...
You see it all depends on what you subscribe to in terms of the reality of matter.
The reason we are looking for the Higgs in the first place is that our standard model doesn't work... there are cracks that mathematicians have hunted for answers too and the complex math behind the Higgs is their latest quick fix to an already severely band aided theory.
If you are subscriber to the standard model then to look for the Higgs is logical...
If you are subscriber of String or Quantum Loop Gravity theory then the hunt for the Higgs is just as important but wishing a negative to validate their premises.
Originally posted by ROBL240
Its probobally already been noticed already. But the Logo for CERN either spells out CON "CONcern" or 666.